While India’s economy is plunging down the rough lane, the COVID-19 pandemic has magnified its footprints in decimating lives and pushing the country over the edge of a possible fall out.
The Coronavirus crisis has hit the poor the hardest, reeling the supressed economy under the pressure of unemployment which brought to sight on streets millions of migrants and the poor families to walk, cycle or hitch rides back to their hometowns raising concerns over the sustainability for the poor.
With an aim to set India as a global example of economic revival, currently battling the menace of the Coronavirus pandemic, PM Modi in his address to the nation on May 12th had announced massive financial incentives, laying on top the previously announced packages for a combined stimulus of Rs 20 lakh crore or 10 per cent of the GDP stating that the Coronavirus Crisis has ushered India with opportunities to become self-reliant and emerge as the best in the world.
On the occasion of the successful completion of the first year of the Modi 2.0 government, PM Modi reiterated the strengths and virtues of The Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan package unleashing the way for every Indian to explore new era of possibilities and scope.
Maharashtra State Opposition Leader Devendra Fadnavis in lines to the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan unveiled a book penned by him on the Rs 20 lakh crore economic package announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The book, titled “Atmanirbhar Maharashtra-Atmanirbhar Bharat”, which provides detail analysis of the package which benefits the poor and the industries which have been worst hit due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown,
Former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis reiterated that the book comprehensively explains how the state of Maharashtra can benefit from the package announced.
With a lot being talked about PM Modi’s package and the recently launched book of BJP Leader Devendra Fadnavis, only time will unfold the report card progress of the package and the mega scale impact it achieved in re-shaping the revival progress of the Indian economy.
– Marilyn Ravi, NMTV News